CROPNet

CROPNet

CROP mobilises research through an extensive international and multi-disciplinary research network, CROPNet.

This network is made up of scholars in the field of poverty research - in its widest definition. CROPNet includes all former and current members of CROP's Scientific Committee, former and current CROP Fellows, associated institutions and contributors to CROP's programme of activities. New members are added to the CROPNet database when they:

  • present papers at CROP events
  • submit proposals through CROP's open calls
  • participate in CROP events and/or related activities or projects

For researchers, CROPNet provides a possibility to exchange views and ideas, make publications and knowledge visible, participate in activities aimed at policy transfer, keep informed about relevant events, news and publications, and find potential partners for collaboration.

Building and extending the global reach and impact of the CROP network and facilitating knowledge exchange is one of CROP’s key goals. CROP aims to encourage the emergence of smaller thematic networks and to support the creation of new core projects. The CROP Secretariat welcomes any suggestions from CROPNet members.

Members of CROPNet are automatically registered on the CROP mailing list, which will keep them informed and up-to-date about CROP's activities and events. This mailing list is open to all interested parties and you are welcome to sign up here:

 

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26.05.2015
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CROP News and Events

CROP International Studies in Poverty Prize 2017

Deadline: 31 July 2017

ANNOUNCEMENT: CROP seeks proposals for original, high-quality, alternative and critical academic manuscripts.

Putting Children First

23-25 October 2017 | Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: Putting Children First - Identifying solutions and taking action to tackle poverty and inequality in Africa

The Politics of Inclusion

6-7 July 2017 | Paris, France

WORKSHOP: Organised by CROP and UNESCO’s Management of Social Transformations Programme (MOST).

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EADI-NORDIC Conference 2017

21-23 August 2017 | Bergen, Norway

CONFERENCE: Globalisation at the Crossroads - Rethinking Inequalities and Boundaries

4th Annual Amartya Sen Essay Prize

Deadline: 31 August 2017

CALL for original essays on the moral assessment of tax dodging.

Sustainability interrogated: societies, growth, and social justice

6-8 September, 2017 | University of Bradford, UK

Call for Papers: Development Studies Association Conference 2017 (Deadline: 26 April).